Monaco Life

Who will be forced to get vaccinated from 30th October?

The National Council has passed a divisive law which requires certain workers, from care staff to speech therapists, to be fully vaccinated in order to continue working in their field.

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Wine tasting app makes headway in industry

A new app called ‘Yes We Wine’, supported by Monaco Foundry, is planning to revolutionise the wine industry by providing real time feedback on wines and vintages.

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The Riviera Electric Challenge is underway

The seventh edition of the Riviera Electric Challenge left Cagnes-sur-Mer Wednesday morning for two days of racing in Italy and France before crossing the finish line in the Principality.

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Annual hike to Mont Gros

Pull on those hiking boots and hit the trail this weekend for a fun hike from Roquebrune-Cap-Martin to the top of Mont Gros.

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Prince Albert: “I hope you can also be ambassadors of a more sustainable world”

Monaco’s Ambassadors, guests and Prince Albert have come together for a brilliant summer party organised by the Monaco Ambassadors Club.

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Prince backs new Highly Protected Mediterranean Initiative

The Prince's Foundation has supported a new funding scheme that will help create more Marine Protected Areas and thereby safeguard marine biodiversity in the Mediterranean.

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MYS Series: The Superyacht Chef

Glorious food is fundamental on a superyacht and a talent for tickling the taste buds is essential, so it’s not surprising that yacht chefs vie for top spot as the ‘most important person onboard’.

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Princess Grace Theatre unveils new season

The 2021-22 season of the Princess Grace Theatre has been revealed, with 30 events ranging from reinterpretations of the classics to more modern creations to spark the imagination.

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Trott’n’Roll is back this weekend

The Flavien Foundation’s annual Trott’n’Roll charity event to benefit the fight against paedeatric cancers and rare diseases is back this year with plenty of fun for all the family.

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'Fresh Prince of Monaco' takes victory at Roland Garros

Local boxer Hugo Micallef has won his first professional fight, making him the only Monegasque fighter to ever be able to make such a claim.

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Prince celebrates great-grandfather’s ties with German city

Prince Albert II has made an official visit to Kiel where he took part in celebrations of his great-grandfather, Prince Albert I, who had deep connections with the northern German city.

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Leclerc rewarded for gritty drive in thrilling Italian GP

Charles Leclerc ground out an impressive fourth place finish in a topsy-turvy race in Monza, Italy, which produced some enthralling wheel-to-wheel racing.

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Disappointing weekend in Istanbul for Roca team

AS Monaco Basketball saw back-to-back losses as they took on Partizan Belgrade on Saturday and Kazan Unics on Sunday at the semi-finals of the Istanbul Cup in Turkey.

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What’s up with AS Monaco?

AS Monaco is having a rough start to the season with only a single win in five matches, made worse by the latest loss to Marseille at home on Saturday night, going down nil to two.

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Prince sets the record straight

Prince Albert has gone on the record to dispel rumours that there is a rift in his marriage, telling the press that Princess Charlene did “not go into exile” or “leave in a huff”.

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